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    Someone should come up with a solution to DIY replace the 7" with a high nit screen element.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Björn Benckert View Post
    Someone should come up with a solution to DIY replace the 7" with a high nit screen element.
    The issue is the mainboard design for most of the newer monitors has a different connection than the ones in the older 7" monitors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua Wilson View Post
    The issue is the mainboard design for most of the newer monitors has a different connection than the ones in the older 7" monitors.
    Its normal DVI no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Björn Benckert View Post
    Its normal DVI no?
    Let me clarify my statement a bit, the PCB board was designed with the flex cable routing in mind. The newer screens have different routing and also it may have the same amount of connection points but the pining is smaller and will not fit that board. Also, I believe the company that made those screens has been dissolved.
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